City Council Meeting

Wednesday, January 9, 2019 @ 6:00pm 

310 Chestnut Ave.

Truth in Taxation.pdf
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The City of Carlton will have 1 Council position vacant after the first of the year. This vacancy will be filled by appointment. It is a 2 year term. If you are interested, please submit a letter of interest to City Hall by 4:00pm on January 18, 2019.


The Council members represent all citizens of the City and give direction for the future of the City. Please consider serving the community.

2019 Carlton Fire & Ambulance BINGO
bingo 19.pdf
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Recycle your Holiday Lights


CARLTON, MN –In an effort to make your home festive for the holidays you may find yourself with a pile of broken or unwanted holiday lights. Well don’t throw your old string lights in the trash – recycle them!  The collection and recycling of holiday lights is offered at the Carlton County Transfer Station located on Highway 210.  The program provides FREE holiday lights recycling and are accepted year-round.  Electric cords are also accepted.  The winter hours for the Carlton County Transfer Station are Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. and Saturdays from 8:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.


For efficient recycling, remove all decorations from your string lights.  Remove them from any type of plastic spool, cardboard packaging, or plastic bags.  Place the clean string lights in the box at the Transfer Station.  Rope lights are acceptable.  Acceptable electric cords include extension cords, appliance cords, and telephone cords. The material will be chopped up at a recycling facility where the recyclable material will be separated into material types.  The most valuable material is the copper metal inside the plastic pvc coating. 


The Carlton County Transfer Station offers solid waste disposal and recycling services to Carlton County residents.  Disposal services available for a fee include household garbage and construction/demolition material.  Recycling services for a fee include mattresses, brush, tires, electronics, appliances, and scrap metal. Recycling services for free include household recyclables, food waste, grass and yard clippings, oil and oil filters, antifreeze, batteries, fluorescent bulbs, and medical sharps.  The household hazardous waste facility is closed for the season and will re-open May 7, 2019.  Area residents with questions about the Transfer Station can call the Zoning and Environmental Services Office at 218-384-9176.  For more information visit

Water Treatment Plant Information

Water Treatment Facility
Project Information.pdf
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Water Treatment Plant Design Drawings
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City Fee Schedules

2018 Fee Schedule - Updated 9.13.18.pdf
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2018 Building Permit Fee Schedule - Effe[...]
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Clean Water - Do your Share

For more immediate hot water and energy savings, insulate hot water pipes.

New Resident Water Sewer Form

NEW Resident Water Sewer Service.pdf
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Automatic Debit for Water and Sewer Utility Billing


You can now choose to have your water/sewer bill automatically debited from your checking or savings account, please call the city office with any questions


Automatic debit for Water and Sewer billing
Automatic Withdrawl Form.pdf
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2017 Drinking Water Report

2017 Consumer Confidence Report.pdf
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Data Practices Act
Data Practices Act Carlton.pdf
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Social Media Policies
social media comments.pdf
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